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UK Braces for Battering by Storm Isha

A powerful storm named Isha, packing strong winds and heavy rain, is set to batter the United Kingdom this weekend, prompting weather warnings nationwide urging residents to prepare for potential disruption. The Met Office has raised amber wind warnings for a significant portion of the UK, cautioning that certain areas may experience gusts exceeding 80 mph (128 km/h).

London is set for winds exceeding 50mph on Sunday evening, according to the Met Office prediction. A yellow wind warning is in effect from noon on Sunday until the same time on Monday. Coastal regions are under a serious threat to life as the Met Office warns of large waves and airborne debris. Starting on Sunday, widespread yellow wind and rain warnings across the UK signal a substantial risk of flooding.

According to Met Office forecaster Ellie Glaisyer, "It's a very widespread storm and it's going to be affecting everybody. Heavy rain will affect everybody, and those strong winds will affect everybody. That's the main difference to previous storms we have seen."


"Anybody driving on Sunday evening and through Monday should be wary of water on the roads, lots of sprays, perhaps some branches and trees may have fallen over causing roads to be blocked", she stated.

Storm Isha became the ninth named storm to make landfall in the UK since the season commenced in September.


Edited by Tanya Kekic

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